On the RPi Zero, I have FSF GNAT and Emacs in DietPi (Debian/Raspbian
GNU/Linux derivative). See http://DietPi.com/ (Also note: I have installed
no X on the RPi, it's just console text.)

However, I don't really do much "development" on the RPi as such: I develop
on a Ubuntu workstation using GNAT GPL 2017 (at present), and then Git
clone the source to the RPi and run "make" to compile using the
distribution's FSF GNAT.

Another possibility is to cross compile for the RPi on my Ubuntu machine,
but I find that difficult and tedious.

Hope that answers your question, Srini.



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